Published January 1, 2001
by University of Michigan Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
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Preview this book» What people are Iola Leroy: Or, Shadows Uplifted Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Snippet view - Iola Leroy: Or Shadows Uplifted (Classic Reprint) IOLA LEROY OR SHADOWS UPLIFTED: Author: FRANCES E.W. HARPER: Published: Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Export Citation 5/5(1). Author Frances E. W. Harper, a popular lecturer and poet, was a leader in the suffrage and temperance movements and a founding member of the National Association of Colored Women. In Iola Leroy, she advocates female self-sufficiency and independence within the context of . The Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers General Editor: HENRY LOUIS GATES, JR. The past two decades have seen a dramatic resurgence of interest in black women writers, as authors such as Toni Morrison and Alice Walker have come to dominate the larger African-American literary landscape. Yet the works of the writers who founded and nurtured the black women's literary. The “uplifted shadows” of the title of the novel itself, Iola Leroy; or, Shadows Uplifted, suggest freedom both from bondage and racial empowerment. The image also holds religious meaning. Harper’s note at the beginning of the novel mentions “light beyond the darkness” and “hope in God’s great justice,” linking light with salvation.